Many people think that charisma is a mysterious quality that people are born with. Personal charisma is composed of emotional and social skills. Emotional skills include spontaneous emotional expressiveness, the ability to read other people’s emotions and nonverbal cues, the ability to enact emotions online, and the ability to regulate and control emotions. Meanwhile, social skills include verbal speaking skills, impression management skills, an awareness of how a person’s social behavior affects others, and more. There are different components of charisma, including:
• The ability to express yourself clearly and congruently
• The ability to help other people feel valued
• The ability to read body language
• The ability to regulate your own negative emotionsJoin us at the “LUNCH and LEARN” interactive workshop on Dec 16th at Level 25, 5 CorporateAvenue,No. 150 Hubin Road. This 1.5-hour mini-course will help you understand and begin to master the skills to build charisma, personal power, and the ability to lead others positively. Come challenge yourself to learn more about Leadership and Charisma. Be prepared to learn, laugh, and improve.